LAGOS STATE UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR SECONDARY 2ND TERM (JSS1 -JSS3)

LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPS – EDUDELIGHT.COM

LAGOS STATE UNIFIED SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL THIRD TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPS – EDUDELIGHT.COM

001ENGLISH STUDIES
JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
Revision of last term examinations and work with emphasis on grammarSpeech work:  Vowel /u/ & /u:/Grammar: Adverbials (Frequency and Manner)Reading and comprehension:  Asking specific questions that require conclusions to be drawn by studentsComposition:  Letter writing: Formal letter, features of a formal letter, writing a letter of permission to be absent from school to the PrincipalLiterature-In-English:   Folktales (Didactic, Entertainment, Magical)Literature-in-English: Use of recommended text on ProseSpeech work:  Vowels /u:/ soundGrammar:  Tenses:  The simple present tenseReading and comprehension:  Asking specific questions that require students to make projections.  Vocabulary Development:  The LibraryComposition:  Formal letter:  a letter to the school authority (Refer to week 2)Literature-In-English:  Introduction to poetry:  Definition, Features (Concise, unique).Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on ProseSpeech work:  Vowel /^/ sound…Grammar:  The simple past tenseReading and comprehension: Asking specific questions that require maximum recall of ideas and facts.  Vocabulary development:  Marriage related wordsComposition:  Guided composition – The Federal Roads Safety CommissionLiterature-In-English:  poetry: Types (Epic, Lyrics….)Literature-In-English:  Differentiate between oral and written poetrySpeech work:  Vowel /3:/ soundGrammar:  The present continuous TenseReading and comprehension:  Reading to understand the author’s mood and expression used in the passage e.g. anger, doubt, joy ….Composition:  narrative Essay:  The Most Memorable Day of My LifeLiterature –In-English:  Drama:  Features (theme, costumes, audience and so on)Literature –In-English:  Identification of the features of drama in a given textSpeech Work: Vowel /Ə/ soundGrammar:  The past continuous tenseReading and comprehension:  reading between the lines to detect the author’s attitude. Vocabulary Development:  Child labour and traffickingComposition:  Argumentative:  Road Transportation is Safer than Air TransportationLiterature-In- English:  Use the recommended text on proseLiterature-In-English: As in 6.5Speech Work:  Introduction to vowel contrasting /ƥ/ and /Э:/ e.g. hot and pot:  /a:/ and /æ/ e.g. bag, part…Grammar:  Making sentences with the simple present tense and the past tenseReading and comprehension:  Reading to identify the overall impression created by the author’s style of presentationComposition:  Expository Essay:  HIV/AIDSLiterature-In-English:  Myths and Legends:  Comparing myths and legendsLiterature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on DramaSpeech Work:  Contrasting vowels /e/ and /Ə/, e.g. egg and burn, pet and shirtGrammar:  Future tense:  making sentences with the simple future tense – Will, ShallReading and comprehension:  Reading to interpret diagram maps and sketches accurately.  Vocabulary development – Word Formation – using prefixesComposition:  Argumentative (Arranging ideas in logical sequences)Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on DramaLiterature-In-English:  Myths and Legends:  Features (Magic, Superstition and so on)Speech work:  Introduction to DiphthongsGrammar:  making sentences with the simple past tenseReading and comprehension:  Reading to identify how a diagram or map clarifies or complements reading materialComposition:  Guided composition on A Festival in My VillageLiterature-In-English:  dramatization of some scenes in the recommended text on DramaLiterature-In-English:  a review of the recommended textsRevision of last term work Speech work:  revision of diphthongs Grammar:  reported speech:  rules guiding the use of reported speechReading and comprehension:  Reading to provide alternative work that can fit into the context to replace the target wordsComposition:  Writing a Report:  Outline and FeaturesLiterature-In-English:  use the recommended text on proseLiterature-In-English:  As in 5Speech Work:  Intonation:  Identification of intonation patterns in statements, questions and commandsGrammar:  Making sentences with prepositionsReading and comprehension:  Reading for speed with emphasis on avoidance of vocalization, regressive reading and reading words instead of phrases.  Vocabulary development – law and justiceComposition:  Writing a report:  An Accident I WitnessedLiterature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on proseLiterature-In-English:  Themes/characterization in the recommended prose textSpeech work:  Intonation/Speech:  Making statements, giving commands and asking questions, using different intonation patternsGrammar:  Regular and irregular verbsReading and comprehension:  Techniques of speed reading:  surveying, scanning, skimming.  Vocabulary development:  Culture and tourismComposition: writing an informal letter continued:  Letter to a friend about your school inter-house sport.Literature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on dramaLiterature-In-English:  Themes and plot in the recommended drama textSpeech work:  Stress: identification of the correct points of pauses in different words (im’port/’import, ‘refuse/re’fuse)Grammar:  Reported commandsReading and comprehension:  Dialogue.  Vocabulary development:  ICTComposition :  Formal letter:  Write to the Local Government Chairman about the bad roads in your areaLiterature-In-English:  use the recommended text on DramaLiterature-in-English:  Language: Setting and characterization in the recommended Drama text.Speech work:  Rhythm – Identification of the appropriate rhythm in a given poemGrammar:  Reported requestsReading and comprehension:  Dialogue continuedComposition:  Argumentative Essay:  Herbal medicines are more potent than orthodox medicines areLiterature-In-English:  Identification of some figures of speech in the recommended prose textLiterature-in-English:  as in 5.5Speech work:  review of stress/intonation.  Refer to weeks 3 and 4Grammar:  Adverbials and the Present tenseReading and Comprehension: More on week 2 topic. Vocabulary developments: science and technology.Composition: Expository Essay- Entrepreneurship.Literature-In-English: Distinguish between Irony, Euphemism and Hyperbole.Literature- In-English: Write a short play on the reward of truancy.Speech Work: Consonants /s/ and /z/ (sip/zip, stone/zebra, this/these, loose/lose)Grammar: Introduction to punctuation marks.Reading and Comprehension: Reading to summarize a selected passage.Composition:  Narrative Essay- My Last BirthdayLiterature-In-English:  summary  of the recommended Prose textLiterature-In-English: As in 7.5Speech work:  Consonant sounds /k/ and/g/ (cup/gulp, chaos/alligator)Grammar:  Punctuation marks:  The Full Stop and The CommaReading and comprehension:  Reading to identify the main and supporting ideas in a selected passage.Composition:  writing a story:  The MeetingLiterature-In-English:  summary of the recommended Drama textLiterature-In-English:  as in 8.5Speech work:  consonants /m/, /n/, /ᶇ/ (man, nanny, singer)Grammar:  Punctuation Marks continuedReading and comprehension:  As in week 8Composition:  Review the types of Letters and EssaysLiterature-In-English:  Review the literary termsLiterature-In-English:  As in 9.5Revision of last term’s examination questions:  Speech work:  Consonants /t/ and/o/ (tin/thin, tick/thick)Grammar:  Expressing exception using except, except for, but, apart fromReading and comprehension:  Reading for critical evaluationComposition:  More on writing to a Pen-palLiterature-In-English:  review the features of folktalesLiterature-in-English:  Discuss some folktalesSpeech work:  Consonant contrasts /t/ and /≤/ (tailor/summer, pit/mouse, pat/passGrammar:  Prepositions which express relations with people (with, for, against)Listening comprehension:  Listening for implied meaningsComposition:  The School Prize Giving DayLiterature-In-English:  Poetry – Write a short poem on – The Lonely ChildLiterature-In-English:  write a short story on – How the Tortoise Got the Pattern on his shellSpeech work:  Contrast consonants /ʃ/ and/ȝ/ (mission/pleasure, vision/measure)Grammar:  The simple sentenceListening comprehension:  Listening to get the main gist or the main points in a paragraphComposition:  At The Bus StopLiterature-In-English:  Literacy devices in a selected poemLiterature-In-English:  Use the recommended text on ProseSpeech work:  Contrast between vowels /^/ and /a:/ (much/march, pun/part)Grammar:  The Compound sentenceListening comprehension:  Listening to questions in order to answer themComposition:  Informal letter – A letter to a friend telling him/her about your best subjectLiterature-in-English:  Use the recommended text on ProseLiterature-In-English:  Identification of the features of ProseSpeech work:  Nasal sound /m/, /n/ and /ᶇ/ continued (mentor, knotty/naughty, fling)Grammar: Punctuation marks:  The uses of the capital letter.Listening comprehension:  Listening to interpret ideas in a selected passageComposition: Informal letter – A letter to your Grandfather/mother telling them that you are coming to spend your forthcoming holidays with themLiterature-In-English:  Use the recommended Drama textLiterature-In-English:  Theme/setting/characterization in the recommended Drama textSpeech work:  vowels /æ/ and /ȝ:/ (bath/birth, arm/earn, farm/firm)Grammar:  Pronouns – Relative and Relative Pronouns Reading and comprehension:  revisit week 5 and 1st termComposition:  Article Writing – The Evils of Youth UnemploymentLiterature-In-English:  Use the recommended Drama textLiterature-In-English:  Lead students to write a playletSpeech work:  Vowels /Э:/ and /Э/ (brought/ hot, malt/pot, fought/cot)Grammar:  Personal Pronouns – Rules guiding the use of personal pronounsReading and comprehension:  Revisit week 2 of 2nd TermComposition:  Expository – Drug AddictionLiterature-In-English:  Poetry – Language in PoetryLiterature-in-English:  Construct sentences with irony and hyperboleSpeech work:  Vowels /u/ and /u:/ (pull/pool, bush/sue, sugar/food)Grammar:  Demonstrative PronounsReading and comprehension:  Reading to summarize paragraphsComposition:  Argumentative Essay – Teachers are better than farmers in a societyLiterature-in-English:  Summarizing the Prose textLiterature-in-English:  summarizing the prose textSpeech work:  Vowel /Ə/ (among, above, doctor, again, teacher, about, pastor)Grammar:  differentiating between demonstrative pronouns and demonstrative adjectivesReading  and comprehension:  revisit week 1 2nd termComposition:  Expository writing – Population ExplosionLiterature-in-English:  Revision of the Drama textLiterature-In-English:  Revision of the Drama text using relevant questions

LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPSEDUDELIGHT.COM

      002-  MATHEMATICS
JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
Revision of first term’s work:  Emphasis on identified difficult areas base on the performance of first term examinationApproximation: Degree of accuracy of numbers and how to determine itRounding up of numbers, significant figures, decimal places, nearest whole numbers, tens, hundreds and thousandRounding up of numbers to nearest tenth, hundredth and thousandthApproximation continued:Approximating values of addition, subtraction. Multiplication and divisionExercise on degree of accuracy round up numbersProblems solving on quantitative reasoningNumber base:Counting in base twoConversion of base 10 numerals to binary numbersAddition and subtraction of two or three – 3 digits binary numbersNumber base (Continued)Multiplication of two 2-digit binary numbersProblems solving on quantitative aptitude related to conversion and application to real life situationBasic operations:Addition and subtraction of numbers. Emphasis on place values using spike or abacusAddition and subtraction of numbers.  Emphasis on the use of number lineReview of first term half term’s work and periodic testsBasic operations (Continued)Addition and subtraction of positive and negative integers using number line and collection of termsEveryday application of positive and negative integersSolving problems on quantitative reasoning in basic operationsAlgebraic process: Use of symbols”Open sentences and authentic operationsWord problems involving use of symbolsIdentification of coefficient of terms, basic authentic operations applied to algebraic expressionsCollection and simplification of like terms and the use of bracketsAlgebraic processes (Continued)Problems solving on basic arithmetic operations in algebraic processesSolving quantitative aptitude problems on the use of symbols and bracketsRevision of the second term’s work and preparation for examination                Review of first term’s work.  Emphasis on algebraic expressions, solving of quadratic equations and transactions at home and officesSimple equations:Algebraic equationsDifferences between algebraic expressions and algebraic equationsProblems on simple or algebraic equationsLinear inequalities :Definition of linear inequalitiesWord problems leading to simple inequalities in one variableLinear inequalities (Continued)Graphical representationsGraphs of Cartesian plane: the axis E.g. x 3:x -3:’2x e8 3x d9 Graphs:Graphs of linear equations in two variablesPlotting of linear graphs in two variables from real life situationsQuantitative reasoning problems on graphsPlane figure/shapes:Review of the first half term’s work and periodic testsScale drawing of length and distancesQuantitative Aptitude on plane shapes and scale drawingRevision of the second half term’s work and periodic testRevision of first term’s work.  Questions and answers on identified different areas from the first term’s examsSimultaneous equations in one or two variables using:Elimination methodSubtraction methodGraphical methodCompilation of table of valuesSimultaneous equations (Continued)More exercises on simultaneous linear equations using graphical methodApplication of simultaneous linear equations to life situation using problem solving Geometry: Similar shapes:Similar shapes:  Identification of plane shapesEnlargements and scale factor:  Enlarge figures using scale factorsGeometry (Continued) Lengths, areas and volumes of similar figures Area of plane figures:Area of trianglesArea of parallelogramArea of trapeziumArea of circleRevision of the first half term’s work and periodic testArea of plane figures (Continued)Area of sectorsWord problems involving areas of plane figuresQuantitative aptitude problems on areas of planeTrigonometry:The sine, cosine and tangent of an acute anglesApplications of trigonometrical ratios to solve problems on angles and sides of a right-angled trianglea) Angles of elevation and depression b) Study of measurement using clinometers Revision and examination                                

003 BASIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (BST)

JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
BST (Basic Science)Revision of last terms workReproductive system (Female and Male internal and external organs)Functions and care of the female reproductive organs BST (Basic Technology) Revision of last term’s work BST (Physical and Health Education) Revision of last term’s workSources of water BST (Information Technology) Revision/introduction to computer monitor:Definition of computer monitorDescription of a monitor as an output deviceTypes of monitor: Monochrome monitor, Colour monitorIdentify the prompt and cursorBST (Basic Science) Environmental pollution (1) Definition of air, soil and water pollutionCauses of air, soil and water pollution e.g. domestic/industrial waste, fertilizer/insecticidesAgricultural ChemicalNon-biodegradableOil spillage BST (Basic Technology) Types of building and building materials: Types of buildingTypes of building materials BST (Physical and Health Education) Contact and non contact sport: Definition of contact and non-contact sports Examples of contact sports: Wrestling, Judo Contact and non contact sport: Definition of contact and non-contact sportsExamples of contact sports: Wrestling, Judo BST (Information Technology) The System Unit: Internal features of the system unit and uses:CPU and its components (CU, ALU, MM)MotherboardPower supplyCooling fan, etcExternal features of the system units and uses:The power buttonThe reset buttonThe drivesThe ports etc.BST (Basic Science) Environmental pollution (II) Consequences of pollution such as respiratory tract infectionWater borne diseasesDestruction of soil organisms and poor plant yieldControl measures BST (Basic Technology) Uses BST Physical and health Education Examples of non-BST Physical and health Education Examples of non-contact sports: GymnasticsSwimming BST (Information Technology) Computer ethics Definition of computer ethicsComputer room management ethicsMaintaining dust-free environmentAppropriate ventilationAppropriate lighting system etcLaboratory rules and regulations:Arrange chairs and tables in s comfortable mannerArrange the computers and their peripherals in an orderly mannerBST (Basic Science) Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) Definition of STIsTransmission of STIsSigns and symptoms of STIsEffects of STIs, prevention off STIs (responsible sexual behaviour, avoid the use of unscreened blood, unsterilized injection needles and clippers)Behaviours that put people at riskFinding help BST (Basic Technology) Drawing instruments and materials (I): TypesUses BST (Physical and Health Education) Benefits of contact and non-contact sports BST (Information Technology) Word processing Definition of word processingDefinition of word processorUses of word processorExamples of word processorLoading and exiting word processorBST Basic Science) HIV/AIDS (I) MeaningDifferences between HIV and AIDSMode of transmissionBehaviours that put people at riskPrevention of HIV BST (Basic Technology) Drawing instruments and materials (Continued) Care BST (Physical and Health Education) Basic skills and techniques in contact and non-contact sportsSafety measures in contact and non-contact sports BST (Information Technology) Word processing: CreatingLoading and exiting word processorCreating, saving and retrieving filesBST (Basic science) HIV/AIDS (II) Counseling and testingCare and supportMyths and facts about HIV/AIDS BST (Basic technology) Board practice: Setting drawing paper on the drawing boardSharpening pencil to conical point and knife edgeUsing drawing instruments to draw border lines, parallel lines, vertical lines, title block, etc BST (Physical and Health education) Pathogens, Diseases and their preventions: Diseases caused by pathogensDiseases preventive measures:Adequate nutrition and exerciseClean environmentUses of safe waterProper disposal of refuse and sewageSeeking and getting treatment on timeGood hygieneImmunizationGood ventilationVaccination BST (Information Technology) Data processing: DefinitionData processing cycleStages of data processing:Data gatheringData collationInput stageBST (Basic Science) Energy Meaning of energySources of energyForms of energyTransformation of energyUses of energy BST (basic technology) Broad practice (Continued)   FREEHAND SKETCHING:DefinitionTechnique of drawing lines, curves, circles and irregular shapes. BST(PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) FOOD, NUTRITION AND HEALTH: Meaning of foodDifferent types of foodClasses of food BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) FEATURES OF A COMPUTER: State the features of a computer that makes it an excellent tool for data processing:AccuracySpeedStorageBST (BASIC SCIENCE) RENEWABLE AND NON-RENEWABLE ENERGY: MeaningExamplesUse and misuse BST (BASIC TECHNOLOGY) FREEHAND SKETCHING (CONTD): Sketching of simple workshop hand tools (building, woodwork, metal work, hand tools) BST ( PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) IMPORTANCE OF FOOD NUTRIENTS: Carbohydrate, Protein, Fats and oil, Minerals and Salts, Vitamins and Water. BST( INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) THE KEYBOARD AND ITS SECTIONS: Definition of keyboardTypes of keyboardStandard andEnhanced BST(BASIC SCIENCE) ENERGY AND SOCIETY: Energy for working and operating appliances, seeing, walking, playing, cooking etc.Energy from hydro-electric supplySolar energy generates:Heat energy for drying.Light energy for photosynthesis. BST(BASIC TECHNOLOGY) WORK BENCH FITTINGS AND APPLIANCES: List the work bench fittings and appliances.Sketch the work bench fittings and appliances.Uses.Measuring toolsMarking out tools. BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) FUNCTION OF VARIOUS CLASSES OF FOOD: Carbohydrate, Protein, fats and oil, minerals and salts, vitamins and water. BST(INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) SECTIONS OF THE KEYBOARD: List the sections of the keyboard. REVISION AND EXAMINATIONSBST(BASIC SCIENCE) Revision of last term’s work WORK, ENERGY AND POWER: Meaning of work, energy and power.Concept of work, energy and powerForms of energy (Heat, Light, Kinetic, Potential etc.).   BST(BASIC TECHNOLOGY) Revision of last term work BST (PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) The striking games (table tennis and lawn tennis).Basic skills and techniques of table tennis e.g grip, services, drive, chop and smash. BST (INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) REVISION/COMPUTER PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE Meaning of computer programming languageExamples of computer programming languageBST(BASIC SCIENCE) POTENTIAL AND KINETIC ENERGY: Meaning of potential and kinetic energy BST(BASIC TECHNOLOGY)QUARDRILATERAL DefinitionTypes/sketchesConstructions BST(PHYSICAL AND HEALTH EDUCATION) Equipment and facilities of table tennisRules and regulations of table tennisOfficial of table tennis BST(INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY) BASIC LANGUAGE: Meaning of BASICBASIC character set, key BASIC statements. Simple BASIC statements.BST (Basic Science) Calculations involving work done BST (Basic Technology, Planes Figures) Polygons Definition Types/sketches BST (Physical and Health Education) Basis skills and techniques of tennis, grip, service, drive, chop and smash BST (Information Technology) Simple Basis Statement Exchange of simple BASIC statementsSimple BASIC programBST (Basis Science) Energy transfer when work is done BST (Basic Technology) Area of Plane Figures Enlargement/reduction of plane figures (regular and irregular)Determination of areas of regular plane figures BST (Physical and Health Education) Equipment and facilities of tennis Officials of tennis BST (information Technology) Graphic Packages (I) Meaning of graphic packagesExamples of graphic packagesPaintCorel DrawInstant ArtistPrint ArtistphotoshopBST (Basic science) Family use education (I) Communication techniquesImportance of honest communication about pubertal concerns to responsible parents BST (Physical and Health Education) Personal, School and Community Health Meaning and components of school health programmeSkill based health servicesHealthful school environment/school feeding services, school, home and community relationship BST (Information Technology) Features of graphic package TitleToolbarMenu barPrintable barColour bar, etc.BST (Basic science) Family life Education (II) Life span continuumExpression of feeling desires and fantasies from birth to deathFactors that influence individual sense of self-worth (body image) BST (Basic Technology) Wood work machines DefinitionTypes and usesCare and maintenance BST (Physical and Health Education) Types of environmental pollution BST (Information Technology) Graphic packages (II): Paint Environment Features of paint environmentPaint tools and their functionsBST (Basic Science) for 7th& 8th week Kinetic theory Assumptions BST (Basic Technology) Metal work Machines DefinitionTypes and usesCare and maintenance BST (Physical and Health Education) Effect of pollution on the environment and personal health BST (Information Technology) ICT as transformation Tool Meaning of ICT (Information and Communication Technology)ExamplesComputersTelephone (GSM)Cellular networkSatellite communicationTelevisionInternet Benefits of ICT Gadgets Timely, better and cheaper access to knowledge and informationSpeed up transaction and processesCauses human beings to interact with other worldwideDistance becomes irrelevant in business transactions and dealingsInnovative ways of interactions Disadvantages Job lossesThreatens other areas/field of human endeavoursBST (Basic Science) Explanation of some phenomenon using kinetic theory BST (Basic Technology) Friction Definition and causes of frictionEffectsAdvantages and disadvantages BST (Physical and Health Education) Prevention measures against environmental pollutions BST (Information Technology) The GSM (Call, create, send, store, retrieve and read messages on GSM sets) BST (Basic Science) Boiling and evaporation Explanation of boiling and evaporation using kinetic theoryFactors that affect evaporation BST (Basic Technology) Friction (Continued) Reduction of frictionLubricationTypes, uses BST (Physical and Health Education) Fresh approach to school health programmes BST (Information Technology) ICT gadgets Fax machine (send and receive fax messagestelephoneRevisions and examinations  BST (Basic Science) Resources from living things Examples of plant sources e,g, cash and food crops, dyes and drugsExamples of animal sources e.g. hides and skin, dairy products BST (Basic Technology) Revision BST (Physical and Health Education) Group/combined events: Classification as:PentathionDecathionList of various events underDecathionPentathionThe duration of the competition of decathion and pentathionScoring the events BST (Information Technology) Graphics: Line graphsHistogramsPie chartsLegends, etcBST (Basic Science) Economic importance of resources from plants and animals Importance to selfImportance to society BST (Basic Technology) Building construction Building components Identification of parts of a building Foundation: Uses and types      Walls and floors: TypesWalling materialsFloor materials BST (Physical and Health Education) Facilities and equipment in group/combined eventsRules and regulationsOfficiating N.B.: Exposure to practice of various events should be emphasized Safety rules BST (Information Technology) Editing graphsFormatting graphsLine graphsHistographsPie chartsLegends, etc.BST (Basic Science) Resources from non-living things Examples – Solid minerals like limestone, coal, gold, tin, etc. BST (Basic Technology) Building Components (Continued) WindowsDoorsRoofsTypes, sketches and uses BST (Physical and health education) Nigeria sports heroes Career guidance in physical educationPast and present sports heroes and their contributions in NigeriaProfessionals in physical education in Nigeria BST (Information Technology) The Worksheet Starting worksheetData entryEditingSavingRetrieving worksheetsFormatting worksheets (text, cell and columns, naming, etc)BST (Basic Science) Resources from non-living things (Location in Nigeria and their importance) Location of solid minerals in NigeriaEconomic importance BST (Basic Technology) Woodwork projects Woodwork jointsTypes and uses BST (Physical and Health education) Personal school and community health 1Family life Education:Meaning and types of familiesDuties of members of the family BST (Information Technology)      The worksheets (Continued) Calculations AdditionAverageCountingMultiplicationDivision, etc.Printing of worksheetsBST (Basic Science) Light energy ReflectionRefractionVisionDispersion and rainbow BST (Basic Technology) Woodwork projects Simple wood work projects BST (Physical and Health Education) Puberty in boys and girlsTeenage pregnancy and its consequences BST (Information Technology) Computer career opportunities Computer Professionals Computer managerSystem analystProgrammersComputer Education Computer Engineers and techniciansoperatorsBST (Basic Science) Sound energy Production of soundTransmission of soundReflection of soundHearing BST (Basic Technology) Metal work projects Metal joiningMethods of joining metalsTools and materials used for joining metals BST (Physical and Health Education) Career guidanceSport promotion agencies and bodies in NigeriaSports associations NAPHER-SDNigeria institute of sportsAssertiveness and communication skills BST (Information Technology) Qualities of good computer professionalsComputer professional bodiesNigeria computer society (NCS)Institute of Management Information Systems (IMIS)Computer Professional Registration Council of Nigeria (CPRN)Information Technology Association of Nigeria (ITAN)Nigeria Internet Group (NIG) 7&8 BST (Basic Science) Magnetism Load stoneLaw of magnetismMagnetic Poles and Magnetic FieldsCare of Magnets BST (Basic technology) 7) Metal Work Project (Continued) Simple metal work projects e.g. bottle openers, trash bin/cans, etcMACHINE MOTION (MOTION IN ENGINEERING SYSTEM)DefinitionTypes (Linear and Rotary)ConversionApplication BST (Physical and Health Education) Non-contact Games: Swimming Basic swimming styles (Crawl, Breast stroke, Butterfly)Swimming skillsSwimming equipment BST (Information Technology) Logic Circuit 7) Introduction to logic Interpreting logic gate and circuitConstruction of truth tables for OR, AND, NOT, etcBST (Basic Science) Electrical Energy Flow of electronsCircuits series and parallelFuses and circuit breakerElectric meter reading and billing BST (Basic Technology) Simple Electrical Wiring Schematic diagram of electrical circuit (series and parallel) BST (Physical and Health education)      Gymnastics e.g. Stunts and tumbling e.g. forward roll, head stand and crab walk, cat, wheel, limp, frogFloor activitiesClassification of floor activitiesValues of floor activities BST (Information technology) Computer Games Introduction to computer gamesTypes of computer gamesBST (Basic Science) Skill acquisition Meaning of skill acquisitionReasons for skill acquisition e.g.Taking risksDecision makingManaging emergency situationSurvival strategyLearning to live togetherTypes of skills e.g.FarmingBasic computer literacyPhotographyInternet browsingDesktop publishing and networking etcImportance of skill acquisition e.g.Improved quality of life appreciating human capability etc BST (basic Technology) Simple electrical wiring (Continued) Wiring tools and materials BST (Physical and health Education) Official of gymnastic and their dutiesSafety rules for non-contact games BST (Information technology) Computer Games (Continued) Advantages of playing computer gamesDisadvantages of playing computer gamesRevision and Examination      

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004 and 5 RELIGION AND NATIONAL VALUES  – REMOVE RELIGION STUDIES FROM NATIONAL VALUE EDUCATIONAND HISTORY – SEE HISTORY SCHEME BELOW

JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
Christian Religious Studies Review of first term’s examination questions Islamic Religious Studies SuratulFalaq and Iklas Civic Education Revision of last term’s work Social Studies Revision of last term’s work Security Education Revision of last term’s work Christian Religious Studies Call to service Islamic Religious Studies Suratul Al-Naba (Recitation) Civic Education Citizenship MeaningTypes Social Studies Our roles in promoting safety in our community: Need for safetySafety measures in the home, school and work placeSafety guidelines for pedestrians, cyclists, motor cyclists, motorist Security Education Causes and effects of falsehood and theft Christian Religious Studies Joseph responded to call to service (Gen. 34) Islamic religious Studies Hadith No 1 of collections Civic education Process of becoming a citizen of a count Differences between place of birth and place of origin Social Studies Safety club as an agent of socialization: Structure and process of forming Road Safety Club in SchoolsThe roles of Road Safety club in the socialization of youths Security Education Causes and effects of murder and rape Christian Religious Studies The call of Moses. ( Exodus chapter 3) Islamic Studies Attributes of Allah.The first ten attributes of Allah. Civic Education Right and duties of citizens with definition Social Studies Common social problems in Nigeria Security Education Causes and effects of advanced fraud and embezzlement Christian Religious Studies The call of Joshua to service Islamic Studies Hadith No.2 of An-Nawawis collection (Reading and meaning) Civic Education Difference between right and duties Obligations Social studies Ways of solving common social problems in Nigeria Effects of social problems Ways of solving contemporary social problems Security Education Causes and effects of cultism and drug abuse Christian Religious Studies Call to obedience: Abraham’s obedience to God’s call. Genesis 12: 1-20 Islamic studies At-tashahud-Attayah reading Meaning and application Civic Education Importance of rights and duties of citizens Social studies Abstience 1: Meaning of sexual abstinence How students can stay abstinent Reasons for abstaining from sexual intercourse   Security education Causes and effects of bribery and corruption Christian Religious Studies Relationship in the family Islamic studies SuratulLahab Quran111 reading and meaning Civic Education Types of rights of a citizen Political rights Social rights Economic rights Social Studies Abstinences 2:  Skills and behaviour that enchance abstinence Benefits of abstinence Facts of abstinence Security Education Causes and effects of the sales of banned and contaminated foods Christian Religious Studies Relationship in the school community Islamic Studies Articles of faith in Islam Civic Education Types of right (contd) Social Studies Uniqueness of Nigerian culture Security Education Dealing in fake drugs Christian Religious Studies Relationship in the church Islamic Studies Child’s responsibility to parents and relations Civic Education Consequences of non-performance of obligation Meaning of obligation Effects of non-performance of obligation Social Studies Adaptability Meaning of adaptability Types of adaptability Security Education Relating with security agents Islamic studies Relationship between Muslims and non Muslims Battles fought by the Prophet Revision and ExaminationChristian Religious Studies Jesus parables Islamic Studies Revisions of first term’s work SalatulJama’ah congregational prayer Civic Education Revision of last term work Social Studies Revision of last term work Security Education Revision of last term work Christian Religious Studies Types of parables: Parables of the kingdom. Matt 13: 1-23; Mk 4:1-20Parable illustrating God’s love. Lk 15:3-7; Matt 18:12-24.Parable illustrating concern for one another Islamic Studies SuratulFil. Q 105 (reading and meaning) Civic Education Relationship between Federal, State and Local Government: FunctionsLegislative powerConcurrent and exclusive power, etc Social Studies Values : Meaning of values and their importanceSources of valuesFactors that influence our valuesValues clarificationUnderstanding one’s own values Security Education Emergency managements   Christian Religious Studies Parables of the kingdom: Parable of the Sower. Matt 13:1-23; Mk 4:1-20Parable of the mustard seed. Matt 13:1-23; Mk 4:30-34; Lk 13:18-19.Parable of the wheat and tares. Matt 13:24-30;36-40 Islamic Studies Brief history of Abubakar and lesson from his life Civic Education The rule of law: Meaning Benefits of the rule of law over arbitrary rule Social Studies Culture and social values: Religion, meaning and typesNames we call God in different communities in Nigeria Benefits of religionSimilarities in the lessons our religion teaches us Security Education Emergency management agencies Christian Religious Studies Parables illustrating God’s love Parables of the lost sheep. (Luke 15: 3-7; Matt 18:12-24)The lost coin Lk 15:8-10The prodigal son. Lk.15:11-32 Islamic Studies Belief in the prophets of Allah and its significance Civic Education Punishable offences 1: Meaning Examples of punishable offence and their punishment Social Studies Culture and social values 2: Marriage: Meaning of marriageTypes of marriagePurpose of marriage Security Education Identifying types of emergency situation Christian Religious Studies Parables illustrating concern for one another Parables of the good Samaritan (Lk 10: 15-37)Lazarus and the rich man (Lk 16:19-31) Islamic Studies SuratulHumazah Q 104 (Reading and meaning in English) Civic Education Protection of human rights and the rule of law: Meaning Social Studies Marriage 2 The conditions of marriageEffects of the lack of readiness on marriage relationship Security Education Ways of responding in emergency situations Christian Religious Studies Maturity and responsibility: The talents ( matt 25:14-30)The virgins (matt 25:1-13)The unforgiving servant (matt 28: 21-33) Islamic Studies SuratulFalaq Q113 (reading and meaning in English) Civic Education Groups that assist in protecting human rights of citizens: Trade unionsStudent unionCLO,DHR,CRP Social Studies Family as the base unit of society: Advantages of living together in the familyFamily bond and cohesionImportance of good family reputation Security Education Tips on emergency response at school and home Christian Religious Studies Jesus Christ and the laws: Civil and religious lawsJesus pay tax. Luke 2:22-24; 41-51; Matt 22:15-22; 17:24-27; 19: 16-22 Islamic Studies The conquest of Makkah Civic Education Consumer rights and responsibilities: Universal rights of consumerResponsibilities of consumer Social Studies Gender 1: Meaning of genderSimilarities and differences between male and femaleMeaning and examples of gender rolesFactors that influence gender roles Security Religious Studies Types of emergency management Christian Religious Studies Jesus Christ and the laws: The observance of the Sabbath Mk 2:23-28; 3:1-12The practice of Corban. Mk 7:9-13 Islamic Studies At-tharah in Islam 1: the cleanliness in Islam Civic Education Democracy Meaning FeaturesBenefits Social Studies Gender and Stereotypes 2: Meaning and examples of gender stereotypesNegative effects of gender roles/stereotypesImportance of gender equality Security Education Other types of emergency situation e.g. food poisoning, fainting/collapse. Christian Religious Studies Jesus Christ improves upon the law: Matt 5:21-48 e.g murder. Matt 5:21-26 Adultery. Matt 5: 27-30. Swearing. Matt 5:33-37. Retaliation. Matt 5:38-42. Love of enemies. Matt 5:43-46 Islamic Studies Child’s right in Islam (right of protection) Civic Education Democratic Institutions: Meaning with examplesFunctionsImportance Social Studies Accidents in the school Security Education Involving in emergency situations Christian Religious Studies Revision of term’s work Islamic Studies The holy books of Allah Civic Education Pillars of Democracy: MeaningExamples Social Studies Health Issues Harmful substancesMeaning with examplesWays of preventing intake of harmful substances Security Education Revision Islamic Studies SuratulAsr Q 103 (reading and meaning) Revision and ExaminationsChristian Religious Studies The spread of the Gospel outside Palestine: The Roman Empire. Matt 28:18-20 Islamic Studies SuratulQadr Civic Education National Values: Right attitudes to work. Meaning AttributesRewards Social Studies Conflicts (I) MeaningTypesCausesConsequences of conflicts Security Education Revision of first term’s work Christian Religious Studies The Christian Missionary Journey. Acts 13:1-12: Setting apart of Barnabas and Saul Paul at Paphos Islamic  Studies Prophet Ibrahim and Nuh Civic Education Right attitude to work: ImportanceConsequences of not having the right attitude to work Social Studies Conflict II: Conflict management and resolutionAttributes required for conflict resolution Security Education Crimes and National Security Christian Religious Studies The journey from Antioch in Pisidia to Derbe Paul at Iconium acts 14:1-7Paul and Barnabas at lystra. Acts 14: 8-20Paul and Barnabas returned to Antioch in Syria. Acts 14: 21-28 Islamic studies Brief history of Khulafa Ur-Rashidun Abubakar and Umar b.khalab Civic Education Right attitude to work cont Social Studies Self-esteem Meaning of self-esteemTypes and factors that influence self-esteemHow to improve self-esteem Security Education Crimes and national security II Christian Religious Studies Controversies among the early Christians. Acts 15:1-5 Islamic Studies Hadith No.16 and 18 of An-Nawawi Civic Education Communal services Social Studies Cultism: Meaning of cultismCauses of cultismConsequences of cultismSolutions to cultism Security Education Crimes that affect National Security: Pipeline Vandalisation, Kidnapping, etc. Christian Religious Studies Controversy in Corinth Church. Acts 16:1-6; 1 cor. 1:10-15 Islamic Studies SuratulMulk Q55: 1-78 reading Civic Education Negative Behaviour: Meaning Examples of negative behaviour drug addiction, cultism, disregard for time, ostentations living etc Social Studies Family life Education: Meaning of family life educationPopulation and resources availableCustoms, value, beliefs and traditional gender issues and core messagesCensus problems in Nigeria Security Education Crimes that affect National Security: Illegal bunkering Christian Religious Studies The Jerusalem council. Acts 15: 22-35 Islamic Studies Suratul Mulk. Q 55: 1-78. Meaning Civic Education Negative Behaviour Social Studies Humanity and Arts: Definition of artsSocietal appreciation of sexuality through artsArts of art in religionWhy religion disapproves of sexually focused arts Security Education Crimes that affect National security: Drug Trafficking. Christian Religious Studies Conflicts in the society Islamic Studies Health in Islam Civic Education Drug abuse/ Trafficking Meaning of drug abuseEffects of drug abuse on society Social Studies Economic reform measures in Nigeria I: Meaning of privatization, commercialization and deregulationAdvantages of privatization Security Education Crimes that affects National Security: Human Trafficking. Christian Religious Studies Further spread of the church. Paul at Phillippi Acts 16:11-34 Islamic Studies Prophet Isa Civic Education Examination Malpractices: MeaningFormsEffects Social Studies Economic Reform Measures in Nigeria II: Disadvantages of Privatization Security Education Crimes that affects national security:  Arson Christian Religious Studies Paul’s Imprisonment at Phillippi Acts 16:35-40 Islamic Religious Studies Hadith No. 20 – 21 of An-Nawawi Civic Education Revision Social Studies Revision Security Education Crimes that affects National Security:  Insurgency and terrorism Christian religious Studies Revision Islamic Religious studies Attributes of Allah No. 67 – 99 Civic Education Revision Social studies Revision Security education Revision

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006 – CULTURAL AND CREATIVE ARTS (CCA)

JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3–
Rudiments and theories of musicIntroduction to scalesDiatonic major scales e.g. C MajorIntroduction to local craftsDefinition of craftsCrafts and their locationsFunctions of craftsFunctions, Elements and Terminologies in DramaFactors – teaching values, Education information, Entertainment, Therapeutic etcElements of Drama – Character, plot, sound etcTerminologies in DramaContemporary DanceMeaning formsFeatures of cultural danceStyles in dancePerforming contemporary dance – ballet, tango, dance drama, foxtrot etcHow to achieve sense of belongingMeaning of team work and sense of belongingImportance of team workHow to achieve sense of belongingEar training (Practical)Singing rhymes Oral training – singing rhymes and melodies – two parts sing, three parts singingTechniques of oral skills (singing techniques)Paper Craft (Using Folding Techniques)Meaning, materials and toolsMethods and productKites, greeting cards, hand fanStudy of musical instruments (Western or European)Classification and type of musical instruments – wood wind e.g. recorder, string e.g. guitar, brass e.g. trumpet, percussion e.g. drumClasses of recorder – Soprano (descant) alto recorder, tenor and bas recorderCollage productionMeaning, materials and method of producing collageDrama DirectorDefinition of Director of DramaFunctions of DirectorRevision/ExaminationNigerian art composersT.K.E. PhillipsAyo BankoleAkin EubaFelashowandeCraft – materials, tools and equipment used in craft makingTypes of materials in craft production e.g. papers, gum, dye, fabrics etc.Tools for craft production e.g. hammer scissors etc.Equipments for craft production e.g. sewing machine. Throwing wheel etc. 4)   Rehearsal RehearsalActivities involved in rehearsal e.g reading, movement, acting, expression, communication voice production, prompting, cues etc.Stages of rehearsal and getting to know the part by actors and actress. Blocking (reading lines and taking movements simultaneously).Polishing (run through)Dress/technical rehearsal (when costumes, make-ups, props, set, lighting effects etc are used in final rehearsal usually a day to final production 5)   Dance Dance as careerMaking a living as dancer or choreograph, one can work in government own art councils.Dance is respectable profession 6)   Musical Instruments Meaning of musical instrumentsTypes of musical instruments i.e Western and African musicalDifferences between African and Western Musical instruments 7)   Painting (Theory) Meaning of paintingTypes of paintingsMaterials , tools and equipment used in paintingMode of paintingCare and use of painting materials, tools and equipments 8)   Review of scales construction        – Construction of major scales e.g. F, B flat            and E  flat with and without key signatories Types of minor scales e.g. natural, harmonic and melodicConstruction of minor scales (Melodic) A, E and D minorPainting (Practical) Painting Still the paintingNature paintingImaginative object paintingLandscape paintingFigure painting etcIdentification of Musical Terms and SignsMusical terms and signsPractical – Identification of musical terms and as the musical instruments or signs are playsRevision and examinationMotifs -Meaning Of Motifs Types Of Motifs Uses Of MotifsDesigning MotifsDecorate BoardersMaking Greeting Cards   Basic Harmony in Music CompositionReview of Triad,The Basic Rules of Harmony E.G Double the Root, Do Not Omit 3rd And Avoid Consecutive5th EtcChoreographyConception of Dance IdeaGathering of The MovementTeaching the Dancers on MovementCreating Final Structure and Polishing PerformanceKnitting -Meaning of Knitting -Materials and Tools Used in Knitting -Basic Knitting Stitche,Pull Knit Singing in Parts And Cadencies IdentificationDefinition of Cadence Types Of Cadence Practical – Four Parts Of Voice In The Choir.   Lettering (Theory)Meaning Of Lettering Types Of Lettering – Construction, Hand Writing.Quality Of Good Lettering – Legibility, Simplicity, Spacing.Construction Of Letters – Lower Case, Upper Case.Singing Minor Scales Differences Between Minor And Major Scales.Types Of Minor Scales I.E. Natural, Melodic And Harmonic.The Relative Minor And Major Of A Major Key And Minor Keys. (8) Lettering (Practical) – Construction And Design Of Lower And Upper Case Letters. (9) MUSIC FORMS – What Are The Musical Forms? – Types of musical forms i.e. symphony sonata, rondo, episodical forms etc. – African musical forms i.e. apala, fuji, juju, waka, awurebe etc.

007-  BUSINESS STUDIES
JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
Factors of production Meaning of and uses of factors of production Types of occupation Meaning Division Factors which affect occupation Differentiate between direct and indirect services.Honesty of business Meaning of truthfulness.Attributes of truthfulness Factors that cause people to lie.Reward for truthful.Consequences of not being truthful.Attribute of fair play. (4) Ethics of sourcing chemicals – Meaning – Ethics of sourcing chemicals (5) Entrepreneur -Ship – Meaning – Facilities available for self-employment – Successful entrepreneur. (6) Importance of indentureship – Meaning and importance. – Functions (7) Forms of business organization – Types – Advantages – Disadvantages (8) Summer, market and society – Meaning – Need for consumer education – Importance of consumer – Consequences of lack of consumer education (9) Need for monitoring and control of chemicals. – Meaning – Chemical suitable and not suitable for use. – Need for monitoring and controlling. (10) Introduction to book-keeping – Meaning – Importance – Essential qualities – Common book-keeping practices
(11 & 12) Revision/Examination
InsuranceDefinitionInsurance * Types (Policies) BurglaryMoneyLife insurancePensionHealthBenefits of insurancePersonal Qualities of an EntrepreneurBusiness OpportunitiesMeaning of business opportunities * Types National International Consumers RightsMeaning of consumer rightOrigin of consumerismEight universal consumer rightsIdentify ways and manners of consumer right on the country at largeResponsibilities of a ConsumerMeaning of consumer responsibilitiesResponsibilities of the consumersShopping TipsMeaning of needs and wantsDifferences between needs and wantsMaking decisions about needs and wantsImprove buying of needs and wantsEffects of pure buying  in needs and wantsAfter sales services:* warranty* Installation etcBookkeepingEthicsTransparency, accountability and probityMeaningNeeds to TAPAttribute of TAPLedger EntriesMeaning of ledgerItems in the ledgerDateParticularsDiscountsFolioAmounts (Cash and Bank)* How to record cash received and paymentsDiscounts received and allowed and contra entriesPetty Cash BookMeaning of petty cash bookColumns in a petty cash bookRecording receipts and payments on the petty cash bookImprest systemCash flow imprestImprest system RetirementReimbursementCash BookMeaning of cash bookTypes of cash bookSingle column cash bookTwo column cash bookItem as a cash bookCash column Bank columnDiscount columnRevision/examinationRevision of last term’s workHow to seek redressMeaning of consumer right and redressWays of seeking redressBenefits of providing redressPersonal FinanceMeaningSources of finance for individualConsumer and choice Scale of preference ModestyattributesEffect of Living ModestlyLink modest behaviour and extravagancesPreparation of individual budgetTrial BalanceMeaningUses * Balance that form the Trial Balance * Formation of Trial Balance from Ledger * Identification of Balance Sheet item from the Trial Balance Forms of Trial BalanceMeaning  Form of Trial BalanceTradingForms of Trial Balance:Profit and Loss Account (Accounts)Balance SheetTrading, Profit and Loss AccountMeaning Purpose of Trading, Profit and Loss AccountTrading AccountRules for constructing simple Profit and Loss AccountBalance SheetMeaningContentUsesClassification of itemsAssets, LiabilitiesCapitalPreparation and simple format of a Balance SheetProcedure of making payment and receipts Importance k accounts Meaning i.e. Cash, Bank transfer, cheques, bank drafts, e-paymentsStore recordsDelivery notes, gate passImportance of stock takingRevision

008 -YORUBA
JSS 1 (OLODUN KIN-INNI SAA KEJI)  L1JSS 2 (OLODUN KEJI SAA KEJI)- L1JSS 3 (OLODUN KETA SAA KEJI)L1
Ede: Atunyewoisesaa kin-inniIdahunsiawonibeereidanwosaa kin-inni Asa: Atunyewoisesaa kin-inniIdahunsiawonibeereidanwosaa kin-inni Litireso: Atunyewoisesaa kin-inniIdahunsiawonibeereidanwosaa kin-inniOrikiatieyagbolohunede Yoruba peluapeere Ogesisenile Yoruba Orin ibile to je mo: Asa Igbeyawo, pipa ogoobirinmo, iseagbe, agbede, odePataki orinlawujo YorubaAroko, atonisonaOniroyinAlayekikunlori on ati a n gbasogenile YorubaApeere on ati a n gbasogeniile Yoruba Orin ibile to je moisesise Ise agbe, ode, agbede, atiowosiseIse oroorukoatooroaropoAfarajorukoninugbolohun Oluwa, Abo atieyanLitiresoApilekoOlorogeereAsao ye jijeniile Yoruba5.1 Ise oroApejuweatioroaponleninugbolohun Dida won moatiilo won ninugbolohun Onkaniede YorubaOokanlelogorun-un de igba (101 – 200)Ori Oro/AkoonuLitiresoAlohun to je moAseyeLitiresoalohun to je moesinibileAmi ohunlorioro YorubaFifi amiohun sori oro YorubaPipe oro lati fi amiohun to ye siiAte igbaLitireso:  KikaiwelitiresoapilekoolorowuuruAsaIsedaleatiitankaleomo YorubaArokoAtonisonaOniroyinKikoarokonikilaasi fun isesiseItonisonaoluko fun atunsearokotiakeeko koLitireso: Kikai we Litiresoapilekoolorowuuru Asa AwonEya YorubaOnkaede Yoruba II:Onkan-le-logorun-un de igba (101 – 200)Kikaonka lati ooken-le-logorun-un de igbaSisearopoatiiyokuroawonfigoninuonkaDida figoationka won moIweAwoneya YorubaAtunyewoisesaayiiloriedeGbolohunede YorubaArokooniroyinIsori or oruko, Aropooruko, Apejuwe, Aponleatibebe loOnkaOnkan-le-logorun-un de igba (101 – 200)Atunyewoisesaayiilorilitiresonapileko:OlorowuuruEwiAtunyewoisesaayiilori AsaOgesiseIgbeyawo: Pipa ogoobinrinmoOrin to jemoiseAgbe, Agbede, Ode ati be be loIdanwosaayiiEde:  Atunyewoisesaa kin-inin: Onka (201 – 500) Atunyewoise (Asa)Ise saa kin-inni: Asa isomolorukonile Yoruba AtunyewoiseLitiresosaa kin-inin Ewialohun to je moayeye ArosoAlapejuwe:ILana bi a se n ko arokoalapejuwe – Asa iranra-enilowonile, Aaro, Arokodoko, Ebese, gbami-o-rami, atibebelo Ewialohun to je moesinibile Ijala, Iremoje, iyere-Ifa, esa/Iwi egungunati be be lo Arokoalapejuwe:  KikoarokoalapejuweAsa iranra-eni-lowonile Yoruba Ajo, Esusu, Owoele, Egbe Alafowosowopo Iwekika:  Ere onise (Iwetiijobayan)Aroso: Asotan/Oniroyin:  Ilana bi a se n ko o Asa:  Ogun jija:Kin niogunjija?Awonohun to le fa ogunjijaAwonOloyeogunLitiresoApileko: Kikaiwe Ere onisetiijobayan Aroko Asotan/oniroyin: Kikoarokoasotan/oniroyinAsa:  Ogun jijaEtoisigunIpalemoogunjijaAwonohuneloogunEteijagunatiogunjija – Ewialohun to je moesinibile:  Orin oro, Sango pipe, Esu pipe, Oya pipe ati be be lo Ede:  Akayeolorogeere/wuuruAsa:  ogunjijaIpariogunOna ti a le gbadenaogunAnfaaniogunjijaAleebuogunjijaLitireso:  Kikai we apileko ere onisetiijobayanAkayeOlorogeereAtunyewoasairanra-eni-lowoLitireso:  Kikai we apilekotiijobayanAkaye:  Ilana kikaakayeonisoro-n-gbesiAsa ikini I:ItumoikiniPataki ikiniIkini fun akokoojo, igbaaseyeati be be loLitireso:  Kikai we itanapileko ere-onisetiijobayanAkaye:   Onisoro-n-gbesiIwaomoluabi – Itumoomoluabi – Ojuseomoluabilawujo Yoruba – Pataki omoluabilawujo Yoruba – Litireso:  Kikai we apilekotiijorayan Atunyewoorisirisiigbolohunede Yoruba – Iwaomoluabi: – Ojuseomoluabisi obi, ijobaatiara-eni Litireso:  KikaiwelitiresoapilekotiijobayanEde: Ihun awegbolohun Asa:  Asa to suyoninuoriniyereatiDadakuada Litireso:  Koko inuorinetiyeriatidadakuada Ede:  Atunyewoletiaigbefe Asa:  Atunyewoletaaigbefe Litireso:  Litiresoalohunti a n fi oroinu won da won mo Ede:  Iyato to wo laarinapolaati awe gbolohun Asa:  Itanisedaleagbaye Litireso:  IfaaraloriLitiresoapileko Ede:  Arokoalalaye Asa:  owe Yoruba Litireso:  Oriki-orile (Elerin, Olokun-Esin, Olofa, Onikoyiati be be lo Ede:  gbolohunonibo Asa:  Akanlo-edeile Yoruba Litireso:  Iwekika (Iwelitiresotiijobayan) Ede:  Akaye ! (Olorogeere) Asa:  Awonorisaile Yoruba atiohunti won feraju Litireso:  Kikaiwelitiresotiijobayan Ede:  Akaye II – Ewi Asa:  Ohunmimo nipa esinibile Litireso:  Iwekika (kikaiwetiijorayan) Ede:  atunyewoeyanoro, eyan awe gbolohun,Aso ka, ajorukomeyanasafihanati be be lo Asa:  Igbeseigbeyawonoiile Yoruba Wiwoawonedaitaninuiwenaa Ede:  atunyewooroaponle Asa:  Ikomojadeniile Yoruba Litireso:  Kikaiwelitiresotiijobayan Atunyewoisesaa kin-nilori Ede, Asa atiLitiresoAtunyewoisesaakejilori Ede, Asa atiLitiresoAtunyewoiseloriLitiresoapileko (Iwetiijobayan)Idanwosaakeji

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009- PRE-VOCATIONAL STUDIES

JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
Home EconomicsRevision of last term’s workIntroduction to home economicsThe human bodyGood posture and exercise Healthy feeding and eating practices Agriculture Revision and general cleaningClassification of cropsBased on their uses i.e. oil crops, vegetables, fruits, spices, late, etc.Home EconomicsThe familyMeaning of the familyTypes of familyThe family tree Agriculture Classes and uses of farm animalsWork animals:  Carmel, etc.Dairy animals:  Cattle, etc.Guard animals:  Dogs, etc.Home EconomicsThe homeMeaning and characteristics of a homeDifference between a home and a houseDomestic violence Agriculture Classes and uses of farm animalsPoultry Birds:  Turkey, chicken, DuckAquatic animalsPet animalsHome economicsCare of the family house:  Reasons for care of the houseEquipment, tools and materials needed to care for the houseDaily and weekly care of the family houseWaste disposal Agriculture Characteristics of selected farm animalsHigher animals: Cattle, Sheep and GoatHome EconomicsProduction of cleaning agents, Deodorants, CosmeticsTypes of home-made cleaning agentsUses of cleaning agentsPreparation of cleaning agents Agriculture Characteristics of farm animalsRabbits and PoultryHome EconomicsUses of home-made polish and cleaning agentsTypes of cosmeticsMaterials and tools required for making cosmetics e.g. pomade, cream and deodorantsProduction of cosmetics Agriculture Importance of keeping farm animalsFoodProtectionPetRevenue, etcHome EconomicsProduction of home-made cleaning agentsSafety, quality and regulatory control of cosmetics products in NigeriaRole of regulatory bodies of NAFDAC, SON, etc Agriculture Methods of weed and pest controlDefinition of weedsCommon farm weedsCharacteristics of weedsMethods of weed controlHome EconomicsFamily:  Needs, Goals and standardsMeaning and types of family needs and wantsMeaning of family goals and standards Agriculture Methods of weeds and pest controlMeaning of pestsClassification of pests:  insects pests and non insects pestsClassification of pests:  Insects and non insect pestsClassification of pests base on mouth part with examplesBiting and chewingPiercing and sucking boringName and description of important insects pestsHome EconomicsFamily needs, goals and standardsRelationship among family needs, goals and standardsUses of family needs, goals and standards in resource management Agriculture Weeds and pests controlPhysical controlChemical controlBiological controlHome EconomicsDecision making in the familyMeaning and steps in decision makingSimple personal and family decisions Agriculture Revision 11&12)   Home Economics Examinations Agriculture ExaminationsHome EconomicsRevision of last term’s work e.g.The home-makerThe family houseCare of family clothing and household linen, etc.        Agriculture Revision and cleaningTypes of farm structures and buildingsHome EconomicsImpact of family values on lifestylesFamily values and lifestylesMeaning, types, importanceFactors influencing life styles Agriculture Animals feed and feedingMeaning of feedTypes of feed – energy, protein, etcFeeding toolsHome EconomicsFamily conflicts and crisisMeaning of family conflicts and crisisCauses of conflicts and crisis in familyTypes of family conflicts and crisis e.g. cultism, bereavement, divorce, unemployment, loss of job Agriculture Classification of livestockFeeds – protein, energy, etc.Feed nutrientsHome EconomicsFamily conflicts and crisis resolutions methods e.g. dialogue, mediationCrisis management strategies e.g. changing family roles, communication Agriculture Factors to consider before deciding animal feedsAgePhysiological statusPurpose of rearingHome EconomicsHygiene and pubertyCauses and prevention of body odourImportance of personal hygiene Agriculture Animal pests and disease controlDefinitionCauses of disease in farm animalsHome EconomicsHygiene and pubertyMeaning of puberty and menstruationBody change in boys and girlsMenstrual cycle, menstrual hygiene Agriculture Farm animal diseases and controlBacteria:  Mastitis, etcFungal, ringworm, viral, foot and mouth diseaseProtozoan – Coccidiosis, Trypano-somiasisWormsHome EconomicsAdolescence and sexualityMeaning of adolescenceCharacteristics of adolescentsSpecial needs and challenges of adolescentsMeaning and expression of sexualitySources and utilization of sexuality related information e.g. internet, home videos Agriculture Farm animal diseasesBacterial and fungal diseasesModes of transmissionMethods of control symptomsHome EconomicsSexually transmitted infections (STD) and HID/AIDsMeaning, types of STIs, HIVAIDsCauses and prevention of STIs and HIV/AIDsManagement, care and support for infected personConsequences of self medication Agriculture Farm animal diseases – Viral and protozoanExamples of animal infected mode of transmissionSymptoms and effect control measuresHome EconomicsBasic pattern drafting techniques and fashion designingMeaning of pattern drafting and fashion designingBasic pattern drafting tools and equipmentUsing instruction to sketch styles Agriculture Farm animal diseasesWorms and nutritional – BloatHome economicsBasic pattern – Drafting, techniques and fashion designingTaking body measurementsDrafting basic bodice and skirt patterns Agriculture Revisions Home EconomicsRevisions Home EconomicsExaminations         Agriculture ExaminationsHome EconomicsRevision of last term’s work Agriculture Revision of last term’s workHome EconomicsFood hygiene and safetyMeaning of food hygieneReasons for healthy food handlingWays of food for safety Agriculture Records and book keepingMeaning of farm recordsImportance of keeping farm recordsHome EconomicsFood hygiene and safetySources of food contamination and poisoning Sensory signs of spoilage and causative micro organisms Agriculture Book keeping Definition of book keepingKeeping account of financial activity of enterpriseSources of documents:  sales invoice, purchase invoice, returns inwards, returns outwardsJournal preparation: sales journal, purchase journal, etc.Home Economics Responsible food managementResponsibilities of food safety management to the consumersHygiene food management strategiesEffects of hygienic and unhygienic good handling to the consumers Agriculture Farm records and accounts (Continued)Types and uses of farm recordsFarm diary, farm inventory, inputs recordsHome EconomicsPreparation, packaging and marketing of food itemsDifferences between snacks and main mealsSnacks and drinks available in the societyDuties of food seller/providers for the public Agriculture Farm records and accounts (Continued)Types and uses of farm recordsProduction records, consumption records, sales records, profit and loss account, computer aided farmRecords and its benefitsHome EconomicsPreparation, packaging and marketing of food itemsPreparation of snacks, drinks and mealsMarketing principles Agriculture Agriculture in stock exchangeMeaning of stock (Buying and selling of goods and services available now and in the future)Home EconomicsScientific study of foodsTests and experiments on good nutrients e.g. protein, carbohydrates fats and oil etcTests to determine the presence of nutrients in food Agriculture Agriculture in stock exchange (continued)People involved in stock exchange:  Buyers, sellers, farmers’ agentsHome EconomicsScientific study of food nutrientsEffect of dry heat of foodEffect of moist heat on food Agriculture Agriculture in stock exchange (Continued)Importance of stock exchange in agricultureEnumerates contract farmingHome EconomicsFeeding the familyNutritional needs of family members e.g. infants, children, manual and sedentary workers etc Agriculture Agriculture in stock exchange (continued)Importance of stock exchange in agricultureHome EconomicsFeeding the familyMeaning of vegetariansTypes of vegetariansSuggested meals for vegetarians Agriculture Revision/visits to stock exchange officeHome EconomicsRevisions Agriculture Revisions Home EconomicsExaminations         Agriculture Examinations

10 –  FRENCH
JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
LA REVISIONLa revision du travail du premier trimester et l’examenDIRE LES DATES:Quelle es ta/votre date de naissanceQuandest-ce que vousetes/tu es ne(e)?Je suis ne(e) le .. (date) (jour)Quelle es la date d’aujourd’hul?/Aujourd’hul on es quell jour?Aujourd’hui, c’est – lundi 1stjanvier 20151stjanvier – Nouvel an, 1stmai – la fete du travail etcSITUER UN EVENEMENT PAR RAPPORT A UN AUTRE:Aujourd’hulc’est……Demainc’est…..Après-de,aomc’est …..Dans trios jours, c’est ……..etcHier, c’etait ……..Avant-hier, c’etait…… La semainedetniere, Le mois dernier etc(les jours de la semaine, Les mois de l’anneeJanvier est le premier mois de l’anneeetcLundiest le premier jour de la semaineetcDEMANDER ET EXPLIQUER CE QUE L’ON FAIT TOUS LES JOURS DE LA SEMAINEQu-est-ce que vousfaites/tufais le lundi/le mardi, etcJe fais les mathematics, le francaisetc le lundi, Le vendredi, Je vais a la mosque. Le dimanche, je vais a l’eglise etc. (les activites de la semaine) EXPRIMER LA DUREEE: – Qu’est-ce fu fais/vousfaites du lundi a vendredi? – Du lundi au vendredi, je vais a l’ecole. – Quandest-ce que vouspartez/ tu pars envancances de noel? Je vaisenvancances de noel du 20 decembre au 2 janvierPARLER DU TEMPS:EXPRESSIONS CLES Queltemps fait-il aujourd’hui/maintenant. Il fait beau/mauvais temps.Il fait du solielIl pleutIl fait chaud/froid./fraisMaintenant, nous sommesen quelle saison/Quelle saisonsommes-nous?C’est la saisonseche/la saison des pluies/l’harmattanDECRIRE LA VIE RURALE Vocabulaire/expressions utiles; la champagne, les produitsagricoles, la brousse/la foret, la riviere, la chasse, la peche, la santé, l’hopital, le champ DECRIRE LA VIE URBAINE Vocabulaire/expressions utiles; Les bureau, les grand marches/super marche, l’electricite, les batiments, les grandesroutes/vehicle, la santé, l’hopital, l’ecoleetcVISITER LES LIEUX PUBLICS:L’ecole, l’eglise, la mosque, l’hopital, la gare, le marche, la biliotheque, le poste de police, la banqueetcQu’est-cequ’on fait a la bibliotheque?On lit a la bibliothequeOn y litOn prend le train a la gareINDIQUER LE CHEMIN (situer les lieux le uns par rapport aux autres) Expressions cles; Qu se trouve ……..? Qu est ………..? Il/Elle se trouve-entre …… et au milieu de ……. a cote de ……… dans …../a ……./verse/en dehors de … a … km de …. Au centre de ……/a droite, au fond …. / a gauche a u sud/nord a l’est, l’ouestEx – Mon ecole se trouve a cote de l’hopital l generalRevisionExamenLA REVISION Le travail du dernier trimester et l’examen DEGAGER LES CARACTERISTIQUES DE LA VIE RURALE Vocabulaire et expressions utile: les champs, las chasse, le gibier, les routes de sabler, l’air frais, beaucoup de nourriture, beaucoup de moustiques, peud’ecoles, peu de jeunes, pas d’ electricite DEGAGER LES CHARACTERISTIQUES DE LA VIE URBAINE Vocabulaire et expressions utiles:  les grandes routes, les voiture, la mode, l’electricite, l’hopital, les choses coutentcheres, les gens sonttoujours presses PARLER DES RESSEMBLANCES ET DIFFERENCES Vocabulaire et expressions utilescomme: bien que …,mais a la difference de …,lesressembances: les maisonsen tole, les moyensde communication (la radio), le portable, l’eglise, la mosque, le carburant, les vetements, etc 5&6)  DECRIRE LES GRANDES FETES DE LA COMMUNAUTE Vocabulaire/Expressions comme:  chez moi/nous, unegrande animation, les ancetres lex superstitions, les spectacle, beaucoup a manger et a boire, s’amuser, a u passé, depuis long temps, le roi du village, le chef etc.  (A choisir des fetes selonl’enseignant pour deux semaines) 7)    IDENTIFIER LES CHOSES NOUVELLES DANS LA COMMUNAUTE Vocabulaire et expression utiles:  le point,        les routes, l’electricite, le commerce, les Usines la banque, la santé, la communication (radio, telephone, television, la technologie, l’education)PARIER DE LA JEUNESSE DANS LA COMMUNAUTELes lieuxfrequentes par les jeunes:  le parc, le stade, le muse, le/cybercafé, le cinema, la boite de nuitetcLes  activites de base de jeunes:  danser, jouer; lire, manger, boire, faire du sport, voyager, lutteretcPARLER DE LA MODE DANS LA COMMUNUATE Vocabulaire et expressions utiles: Les vetermentstradionnelsLes vetements moderners;Le pagne, le foulard, la blouse, le pontalon, le robe, la jupe, la chemise, la verse, le t-shirt, le chapeau, la cravatTout le monde aime la mode; J’aime porter/je porte……Les jeunesaiment ……Les filles portent …..souventLes garcons portent/aiment porter ….Mentionner les vetementstraditionnels/les accessoiresIDENTIFIER LES ENTRANGERS Vocabularies et expressions utiles:  personnesfamilieres, etrangers, un ami, un home hnnete, un terroriste, un homme honnete, un terroriste, un voleur  a main armee, un kidnappeur, un trafiquant La revisionL’examen  LA REVISION La trail du trimester dernier et l’examen SPARLER DES PROFESSIONNELS DE LA SNATE Quand on a mal aux yeux, on voitl’hopital – mologiste le dentiste, le medecin generalist, le chirurgien, le specialist, le psychiatre, l’Infrirmier(ere) etc PARLER DE: LA PHARMACIE, L’HOPITAL, CHEZ LE DENTISTE:Quand on estmalade on va a. l’hopital.  Si on veutacheter des medicaments, on se rend chez le pharmacien et si on veut des lunettes, on va chez l’opticien 4&5)   COMPARER Les tailles/les quantites/lex qualities/le actions: ll/Elle est plus/moins/aussi(adjectif) que… ll/Elle a; plus/moins/autant se (nom) que de …. Ll/Elle + (verbe); Plus/moins/ Autant/mieux/moins bien Que/moins bien que …. II/Ellen + (verbe) aussi bien que.; II/Elle + ne /n (verbe) pas aussi Bien que C’est le/la plus + (adjectif) C’est le/la moins + (adjectif) C’est le/la meilleur/(e) 6)    DECRIRE CE QUON FAIT TOUS LES JOURS Les verbs et expressions utiles :nettoyer (la cour, le salon etc), balayer, prier, se reveiller, se laver, s’habiller, regarder (la television), ecoute r (la radio), aller (au marche, a l’ecole), manger, boire, lire (les journaux), laver (les vetements. Lex assiettes…), jouer (au football etc), la formeen (je) des verbs au present de l’indicatifLes expressions :Tous les jours ….Tres, souvent …. D’habitude … chaque jour …… Chaque jour Chaquesemaine …… 7)    RAPPORTER UN FAIT RECENT Qu’est-ce qui s’est passé?  Je viens de + (le vebe a l’infinitif) – II y a long temps? Non, je viens de ….. Ca vient de se passer …… Titi vientd’arriver 8)    RACONTER SE QUI S’EST PASSE Le passé compose des verbs (avec le verbeauxilliare “avoir”) manger, parlerregarder, travailler, prendre, mettre, entendre, attendre, finir, remplir, choisir, lutter, batter, sentir, mentir,etc Ce matin, j’ai mange du riz 9)    RACONTER CE QUI S’EST PASSE Les passé compose des “etre”) monter, rester, arriver, naitre, descendre, mourir, retourner, sortir, partir, entre, tomber, venir, arriver, rentrer, devenir   Nb:  (passer et sortir variant) (FormuleMr and Mrs PETVARD) 10)DIRE CE QUE L’ON SENT Mots et expression :froid, chaud, peur, honte, faim, soif, tort, raison, sommeilenvie de   Avoir + le sentiment J’aihonte/il/ Elle a faim, j’aienvie de dormer etc  

HISTORY
JSS 1JSS 2JSS 3
WEEK 1.  Revision of last term work WEEK2.  HAUSA STATE -Introduction – stages of state formation in Hausa land – The social political organization of the Hausa state WEEK 3. HAUSA STATE – Advent of Islam in Hausa land – Effect of Islam in Hausa land WEEK 4. THE KANURI EMPIRE – Introduction – The second Kanuri Empire WEEK 5. THE KANSURI EMPIRE – Socio-political Organization of kanem-Borno WEEK 6. NUPE KINGDOM – The Economy of the Nupe WEEK 7. MID TERM TEST WEEK 8. THE IGALA AND JUKUN – The Evolution of the Igba – The Origin of the Jukun – Factors that lead to the rise of the Jukun State WEEK 9. THE IGGALA AND JUKUN CONT – Place of religion in Jukun society – Jukun’s relation with its neighbours WEEK 10 REVISION WEEK 11 – 12 EXAMINATIONWEEK 1. Revision of last term work WEEK 2.  Inter-relationship of some centres of civilization in pre-colonial Nigeria WEEK 3:KanemBorno/Hausa States WEEK 4: Igbo/ Niger delta city state WEEK 5: Early West African Civilization –  Location of Ancient of Ghana WEEK 6:Government of Ghana Empire – Kumbi Saleh – The capital city Ghana Empire – Religion and practice of the Soninke WEEK 7: Mid-term Test WEEK 8: Administration of Justice in Ghana Empire – Defense system in Ghana empire WEEK 9: The Economy of Ghana Empire – Factors that Led to the rise of Ghana Empire WEEK 10: Decline and fall of Ghana Empire –  internal weakness in the kingdom – The result of the fall of Ghana Empire
WEEK 11: REVISION WEEK 12: EXAMINATION
WEEK 1 Revision of last term work WEEK 2. Early European contact with Nigeria, background to the European Exploration –  Portuguese exploration – Reason for Portuguese Exploration of west Africa WEEK 3:European Explorers and Nigeria trade –  Portuguese Effort at Christianizing Coastal State – Effect of the Effort at Christianizing the Coastal State WEEK 4: Effect of European contact with Nigeria –  Early Europeans in Nigeria WEEK 5: British Colonization of Nigeria Territories, British Contact with Nigeria – British Contact with Nigeria as Explorer – The National African Company – British contact with Missionaries WEEK 6: Early Christians missions in Nigeria –  Christians missionsion Nigeria – Effect of Christian Missionary in Nigeria WEEK 7: Mid Term Test WEEK 8: The British conquest of Nigeria WEEK 9: British System of colonialism in Nigeria –  Indirect rule System WEEK 10: REVISION WEEK 11 – 12 EXAMINATION

LAGOS STATE SCHEME OF WORK FOR JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SECOND TERM – JSS 1 – 3  – NAPPSEDUDELIGHT.COM

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